Looking for detailed information about how to save more on your grocery budget? Yep, me too! Even though I’ve couponed for years, I still find myself wondering if I’m doing all that I can to be a good steward of the money we’ve been blessed with.
In July, I attended the Savvy Blogging Summit with the author of Grocery University,
Carrie Isaac. I didn’t have the opportunity to sit down and chat with her personally, but she shared so much insight about blogging, in the classes that we took together, that I knew she was a very wise lady.
While riding back to the airport (it was a two hour drive) after the Summit ended, one of my fellow passengers mentioned Grocery University and that Carrie wrote it. I was intrigued.
This week, I contacted Carrie about the course and within a few minutes I was on my way to working towards my Grocery University degree.
Grocery University consists of 139 minutes of audio MP3 files and a 40-page student workbook (PDF). As a bonus, you’ll receive the 10-page Grocery University Rock Bottom Price Database PDF, a $10 value on its own, for free! All of the this is delivered to you, digitally, so that you can start learning to save right away. The cost of the course is only $24.95!! I couldn’t believe it, myself. I thought that it was going to cost much, much more.
Carrie is articulate and makes what she is teaching easy to understand. Most of all, it makes sense. I wish I had all of this information when I was a newlywed. I could have saved an obscene amount of money by now.
Did I mention that even if you don’t use coupons, you will learn ways to save? I think that’s important, especially for those that have food restrictions due to allergies.
Why don’t you give Grocery University a try? Carrie offers a 60 day no-questions-asked, money-back guarantee if you aren’t completely thrilled with the course. What do you have to lose?